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This front matter section of the book Cultural Rights in International Law: Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Beyond contains the table of contents, acknowledgments, list of abbreviations and foreword. Cultural rights is one of the most neglected subjects of international human rights law. Yet it is an area where responsible policy action is required now more than ever, both at the national and at the international level. While contemporary literature on culture has been abundant in the humanities, the coverage of culture in the literature of international human rights law has been largely limited to a discussion of how culture does clash with international human rights standards.

Keywords: cultural rights; International Law; Universal Declaration of Human Rights



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